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    [SOLVED] Re: how to limit sudo user's permissions

    A user that can execute sudo has all the rights. Period.

    What you can do is remove them from admin group and add specific rights to the user. To do that, you should read the sudoers documentation...
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    Re: Gimp + sine/cos wave

    You can come close to it with Bezier curves I guess. But I think it would be best to use a mathematical drawing program for that.

    Geogebra is quite good, and you can export the figure to some...
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    Re: GNU on Android?

    There are some "Linux installers" in the market which just install the GNU tools on top of your Android kernel.

    Naturally, things like GTK or QT can't be installed, as Android uses a completely...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Software Center Error

    By going to the software center -> edit (I think) -> Software sources
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's



    ^ search it on youtube
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    Re: ^ < v (Or: The Most Amazing Game Ever)

    ^ None of them, I don't waist paper
    < I'm listening to Finnish music now
    v Do you often listen to music that's not in your mother's language? Or even in a language you don't understand?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Chrome Gmail Closing

    No software problem is harmful for your box, with the only exception being your battery which can be effected by bad power management (but a battery only lasts for about 3 years anyway).

    Now, for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Software Center Error

    How did you get debian lines in your sources?

    Go the the software sources in the software center, and remove everything that isn't "natty". So all the debian (sarge and etch) lines and all the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Chrome Gmail Closing

    I've googled it, I've encountered people with the same problems, but I haven't found a solution.

    You will need to search people with a better knowledge of chrome.

    Try google groups such as...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Chrome Gmail Closing

    Can you launch chromium from the terminal?



    chromium


    Normally, it will give you some output when it crashes, if you share that output with us, we can analyse it.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: iPod Classic and Rhythmbox - no format problem

    Not that I know, maybe if you use banshee instead of rhythmbox?
  12. [ubuntu] Re: iPod Classic and Rhythmbox - no format problem

    = a Windows computer?

    Linux doesn't need file extensions in fact. So that's why it works on Linux.

    You can in any way bash-rename the files.

    If they are all in one directory, you can create...
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    Re: ^ < v (Or: The Most Amazing Game Ever)

    ^ Answer what?
    < I just found a 4GB usb stick on the road, with some unknown reggea music on it.
    v Have you found something interesting lately?
  14. [ubuntu] Re: New to Ubuntu and I have a few questions, ect.

    Sorry, I was away for a while.

    It has been long since I last used Ubuntu, but there used to be a "startup applications" program, where you could add your own program.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: New to Ubuntu and I have a few questions, ect.

    Did you download it from the software center?



    you probably need to add it to your apps that get started at login time (the startup apps).



    you can move the launcher to the bottom, or...
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    Re: Finicky February screen shots

    I'ld say, take a look at the source code. Only the JS file is important I believe.

    The most important part of the code is the bottom: the enable and disable functions.



    function init() {
    ...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Software/General Recommendations for a new user

    if you want to learn about Linux, one of the most useful things is the command line. It's very easy to automate dull tasks.

    The best (most to the point) tutorial I know is http://linuxcommand.org....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Error in Aptdaemon: installation fails

    do you get exactly the same error? and what does the "ls" command from my second post say?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Native exam creator for Ubuntu?

    LaTeX has a class that provides some exam functionality. Such as counting the total nuber of points, or swtiching between the empty and filled in example without problems. But I don't think it has...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Do I really need drivers?

    All drivers are normally directly in the kernel. Only for some stubborn companies, extra drivers are needed. This is Linux, not Windows.

    Normally, you don't install "in a partition". If you use a...
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    Re: Finicky February screen shots

    Gnome shell Chocolatte theme
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox shows some pages as binary(?)

    It has to be some setting, somewhere.

    You have now lost all your bookmarks and history etc (unless you set up sync I believe). But they aren't totally lost. You can get them back by switching the...
  23. Thread: Partitioning

    by sanderd17
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    [SOLVED] Re: Partitioning

    deleting that one partition is quite safe. moving the other ones isn't so safe (a long operation is more vunerable to corruption).
  24. [ubuntu] Re: What gonna happen with the Server Updates when 12.04 Desktop come out?

    No, when 12.04 comes out, you will get the ability to upgrade (wheter you get a notification or not depends on your settings). If you just continue doing the things you do, you can use 10.04 for 3...
  25. Thread: Partitioning

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    [SOLVED] Re: Partitioning

    It's totally safe to remove the Windows partition with Gparted (As Grub is doing all the work of booting the OS). But the problem is that sda5 is on the complete other side of the HDD.

    So you will...
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